Our Trustees

Michael Baber

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Michael is a former College Principal and charity CEO. A Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health he has led research projects to identify how to reduce childhood obesity; encourage health at work; and reduce the risk of mental ill health.


Ali Mahta 


Ali is a Neurologist, specialising in intensive care for patients with acute brain injuries, at Rhode Island Hospital. He is also Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Brown University. His previous experience includes a Research Fellowship at Harvard, a residency in Neurology at Temple University School of Medicine and a Fellowship in neurocritical care at Columbia University Medical Centre.


Christine Megson

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Christine is a management consultant working across public services, particularly focusing on education, leadership and change management. A former consultant at Sheffield Hallam Business School she set up and coordinates the Fabian Women’s Network mentoring programme and has recently been appointed a Vice President of the Fabian Society. She was awarded an MBE in 2021 for her services to gender equality.


Nicole Musuwo

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Nicole is Senior Research Interpretation Officer at World Cancer Research Fund International. A Registered Nutritionist with an MSc in Nutrition for Global Health, Nicole has previously worked for the NHS and National Children’s Bureau, as well as preparing our report on International Childhood Obesity Policies.  


Kayhan Nouri-Aria

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Kayhan has a PhD in Immunology and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists. She has some 70 peer reviewed publications, from her time at King’s College London and Imperial College, where she was invited to give guest lectures in Japan and speak at conferences in the US, Europe and the Middle East. 


Maggie Pringle

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Maggie has been Head of an Inner London secondary school, Associate Director of the Centre for the Study of Comprehensive Schools (CSCS) and an education consultant, trainer and author. She has also been a member of the Independent Monitoring Board for a London prison